Presentation on theme: "Assess Student Understanding of Key Information Literacy Concepts with an Online Survey Paula Palmer The Meridian School; 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N., Seattle,"— Presentation transcript:
Assess Student Understanding of Key Information Literacy Concepts with an Online Survey Paula Palmer The Meridian School; 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98103 firstname.lastname@example.org@meridianschool.edu; http://www.meridianschool.eduhttp://www.meridianschool.edu
Timeline Set up a free account Survey name Select your color theme Select question types and enter questions Establish restrictions Go LIVE Collect Responses Fine tune year-end lesson plans
Why ? Kids enjoy it / candid answers Variety of templates that you can customize Interpreting results is quick and easy
Library Outcomes Matrix Essential concepts and skills critical to grade-level success http://www.meridianschool.edu/pdf/libraryoutcomes.pdf http://www.meridianschool.edu/pdf/libraryoutcomes.pdf
Begin in April so that you have time to address potential questions students may have. Set up a free account www.surveymonkey.com www.surveymonkey.com Be aware of Agreements and the option to receive communications via surveymonkey
Use the link on the Summary page to send in an e-mail or paste into browsers. Test the survey to see that it works the way you want it to. Pitch the survey to your students and administer the survey.
A preview of the way the survey will appear to students
The screen that appears once the student finishes taking the survey
Once the survey is completed, log in to your account and click on the tab Analyze Results. Here you will see responses and comments. Remember, the free version does not allow you to download results. I share the results with the students; then, use the responses to the I want help with this before graduation beginning with those least understood to fine tune lesson plans prior to years end.
Results indicate areas students know or need help with. Fine tune instruction to those areas.